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John Legend Pulls From Familiar Roots To Play Jesus In 'Jesus Christ Superstar Live'

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Frankie Cosmos' latest album is Vessel. Left to right: Lauren Martin, Luke Pyenson, Alex Bailey, Greta Kline. Loroto Productions hide caption

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Frankie Cosmos Examines Fear, Fame And Womanhood

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Moby On World Cafe

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Jazzmeia Horn Enters The Jazz-Vocal Pantheon

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Durand Jones & The Indications Make Old-School Soul With A New-School Honesty

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World Cafe Nashville: Erin Rae

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An Americana Hymnal For The Doomsday Cult Of 'Far Cry 5'

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Female Songwriters In Nashville Share Stories Of Sexual Harassment

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Remembering Buell Neidlinger, A Genre-Hopping Bassist, Composer And Music Teacher

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Rick Springfield On World Cafe

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Hayley Kiyoko On Making Space For Queer Stories In Mainstream Pop

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'Morning Star' Opera Sheds New Light On Triangle Shirtwaist Fire Of 1911

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